Jon Nödtveidt in Hellspawn Studio... - STRÖMSTAD METAL-SCENE (past & present) | Facebook

This picture was taken during the recording session of "The Storm of The Light's Bane" and was posted on the official biography page of Jon. The page admin has mentioned it in the comments that starting from the "The Storm of The Light's Bane" album he started using the Boss MT-2 Metal Zone. He used it both in the studio as well as live. However, as suggested by multiple forum posts like the following ones he never used it as a distortion pedal: https://www.sevenstring.org/threads/boss-mt-2-metal-zone-as-a-boost-overdrive-eq-unconventional-uses-of-other-pedals.151365/ https://www.sevenstring.org/threads/give-me-pedal-suggestions.304733/ He used it purely as a tone-shaping and boost pedal with the overdrive channel of his amps.

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psychobilly_max
9m9 months ago

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This pedal wasn't used for The Somberlain. The admin of the Facebook page clearly mentions that the picture was taken during the recording sessions of The Storm of The Light's Bane and Jon started using the Metal Zone live starting from the Storm of The Light's Bane album. I went through this interview with Dan Swano, it's quite clear that the Metal Zone was never used for The Somberlain, he used a Boss Turbo Distortion for that album. You need to improve the notes and clearly mention that the Metal Zone was used by him starting from the Storm Of The Light's Bane album.

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